View the The Basic Needs of Classroom Management Webinar with Dr. Suzanne Houff
As a new teacher you need to have a good good classroom management program. You must be in control for teaching and learning to begin (Houff, .
Classroom Management Tips:
- Take Charge of Your Class: You must get every students attention before beginning class.
- Get the Attention of Disruptive Students: Use nonverbal signals of disapproval to get disruptive students attention. Look toward student, stand next to student, ask student question about topic.
- Let Students Choose Seats for year: If this does not work, after the third day, re-arrange seat.
- Motivate Students to Do Their Best on All Assignments: Randomly collect one students warm-up assignment and correct it.
- Always Know What Your Students Are Doing: Position yourself so you know what your students are doing at all times. Do not follow the same pattern. Move around your classroom.
- Establish Appropriate Consequences for Disruptive Behavior:
- What is appropriate for your students age group
- Tell students consequences
- Follow Through
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